Philosophy As ‘Ways Of Seeing Things’

In¬†Confessions of a Philosopher (Random House, 1997, pp. 399-400)¬†Bryan Magee writes: [T]he most important things great philosophers have to give us are to be got at not by analysing the logic of their arguments or their use of concepts but by looking at reality in the light of what it is saying….”Is reality illuminated forContinue reading “Philosophy As ‘Ways Of Seeing Things’”